|Full name||Jhonatan Manuel Narváez Prado|
|Born||4 March 1997|
Playón de San Francisco, Ecuador
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Current team||Ineos Grenadiers|
Originally from the Sucumbíos Province, whilst at school Narváez was a member of a cycling club founded by one of his teachers, former Olympic racing cyclist Juan Carlos Rosero. The club has also produced a number of other professional riders, including Richard Carapaz and Jonathan Caicedo. Narváez became a multiple-time Pan American Junior champion in 2015. For 2016, Narváez competed for Klein Constantia.
Narváez started the 2017 season competing in the Volta ao Alentejo. He won the Circuit des Ardennes with two stage runner-up finishes, despite a fall in the final stage. He was the youngest winner of the event in a decade.
In 2018, Narváez joined UCI WorldTeam Quick-Step Floors on a three-year contract, making him one of only two Ecuadorians in the World Tour. In late 2018, Narváez broke his three-year contract with Quick-Step Floors to join Team Sky for the 2019 season. In May 2019, he was named in the startlist for the 2019 Giro d'Italia.
- 2nd Road race, Pan American Junior Road Championships
- Pan American Junior Road Championships
- Pan American Junior Track Championships
- 1st Time trial, National Under–23 Road Championships
- 2nd Time trial, Pan American Under–23 Road Championships
- 5th Overall Tour de Savoie Mont Blanc
- 1st Road race, National Road Championships
- 1st Overall Circuit des Ardennes
- 1st Young rider classification Colorado Classic
- 6th Overall Tour of the Gila
- 1st Stage 1 (TTT) Adriatica Ionica Race
- 2nd Road race, National Road Championships
- 2nd La Drôme Classic
- 5th Overall Tour de Wallonie
- 6th Classic Sud-Ardèche
- 7th Dwars door West–Vlaanderen
- 10th Overall Colombia Oro y Paz
- 1st Overall Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali
- 1st Stage 12 Giro d'Italia
- 8th Overall Tour de Wallonie
- 10th Gran Trittico Lombardo
Grand Tour general classification results timelineEdit
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